Inspectors have said “significant improvements” have been made at an Aberdeen school.
Staff at Kittybrewster School hope to raise cash to open up a sports clothes store for children.
Schoolchildren from across the city have been building gardens in cardboard boxes while learning about sustainability.
Inspectors rated the Aberdeen primary “satisfactory” for learning, teaching and assessment, the fourth-best of six possible ratings, and “weak” for raising attainment and achievement – the second-worst rating.
More than £7 million has been set aside to carry out repairs to 64 council buildings across the city as part of an overall £27 million three-year programme.